Katharine M[errill] Graydon


John Muir


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[in margin: 811][1]May 2nd 1894Dear Mr. Muir,It is a good many months since your letter came telling of your summering of last year, and I have all this time been waiting until I might sit down quietly and [talk?] to you by way of answer. Such a time seems not to come, but I am nevertheless, going to send you a note from the School house, while every class is [digging?] away at a Latin examination.Next Tuesday eve. my Uncle Col. Merrill, is to be here and to talk to the Longfellow Club at Berkeley, expose some01809


[Berkeley, Callif]

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Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25 cm.

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